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African safaris are not just about wildlife; they are a journey to the soul.

Safari Adventures


A safari is your chance to get close to the world’s most majestic wildlife in their natural habitats. Imagine getting in touching distance (but don't!) to crocodiles, elephants, hippos, monkeys, guineafowl, buffalo, giraffes, zebras, cheetahs... and the list goes on. If you're lucky, you might even get to see lions chasing tasty springbok or wildebeest.  

And did you know you can have safari adventures outside of Africa?

In Africa



Botswana is a gem in the heart of Southern Africa, offering some of the most pristine safari experiences on the continent. The Okavango Delta, a miraculous oasis in the Kalahari Desert, provides a unique ecosystem where you can glide through waterways in a traditional mokoro (dugout canoe) to spot elephants, hippos, and abundant birdlife. Chobe National Park, renowned for having Africa’s largest elephant population, presents unparalleled opportunities for wildlife viewing, especially during the dry season when animals congregate around the Chobe River. Botswana's commitment to conservation and low-impact tourism ensures that your safari adventure contributes to the preservation of these magnificent landscapes and their inhabitants.

An African elephant, looking at the camera

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania


The Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is an emblem of African wildlife conservation, known for its vast plains and the annual Great Migration. Here, the air hums with the movement of millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles crossing the savannah in search of fresh grazing grounds, closely followed by predators like lions, cheetahs, and hyenas. The Serengeti offers not just a safari, but a breathtaking spectacle of life and survival in one of the world's most unspoiled environments.

Cheetahs in a tree with a safari Jeep in the background

Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya


Adjacent to the Serengeti, the Maasai Mara is Kenya's crown jewel of wildlife viewing. This reserve is famed for its exceptional population of lions, leopards, cheetahs, and the annual migration of zebra, Thomson's gazelle, and wildebeest to and from the Serengeti every year from July to October, known as the Mara River crossing. The cultural experiences with the Maasai people add a rich layer of cultural understanding to the natural beauty of its vast landscapes.

Masai Mara women in traditional dress

Kruger National Park, South Africa


Kruger National Park offers one of the most accessible and diverse safari experiences in Africa. With its high density of wild animals, including the Big Five (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and Cape buffalo), Kruger is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. The park's numerous rest camps provide a range of accommodations, making it ideal for both luxury seekers and those who prefer a more rugged experience.


Out of Africa

Chitwan National Park, Nepal


Chitwan National Park in Nepal offers a different flavor of safari adventure, set against the backdrop of the majestic Himalayas. It's one of the few places in the world where you can see the Bengal tiger in its natural habitat, alongside one-horned rhinoceros, elephants, and a variety of bird species. Canoe trips along the Rapti River offer close encounters with crocodiles and the park's lush, dense forests provide a stunning contrast to Africa's open savannahs.

Asian tiger

Pantanal, Brazil


The Pantanal, stretching across Brazil, Bolivia, and Paraguay, is the world’s largest tropical wetland area and a less-traveled safari destination. This biodiverse region offers some of the best wildlife viewing in South America, home to jaguars, capybaras, caimans, and hundreds of bird species. Unlike the dense rainforest of the Amazon, the open marshes of the Pantanal make wildlife spotting significantly easier, offering a unique and immersive experience in one of the most vibrant ecosystems on Earth.

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